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  • Rappers are talking about mental health issues
  • Rappers are talking about mental health issues
    Nick Mahar | Wikimedia Commons (2017) ©

Rappers are talking about mental health issues

From punk rock to disco DJs, people have long heralded music’s power to save lives. The rapper Logic, who is part of the mental health awareness campaign 'I’m Listening', has released a song that takes its title from the National Suicide Prevention Hotline.



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